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Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 17, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 cla1912101701_sn86069657 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.): October 17, 1912 Clay City times (Clay City, Ky.) J.E. Burgher Clay City, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. nnxx IP 81.00 a Year in Advance. rT Rocsevelt a CIjA Slid. Y 7 Ik I il Citythc SorronnJing Country anJ Ourselves. TIMES. .1. I',. W't are here !o help Clay Hurnhcr. I'n hlishcr . VOL. XVII. Straw Vote. Tliu Cincinnati Enquirer is inking ii straw vote on the I'residen-- t in nice in the States of Indiana, Kentucky. Ohio and West Virginia, iiutl publishing tin: result laily. In all four of these States Wilson leads, according to the straw vote taken. From a recent issue of the Enquirer wo give the following result in Kentucky: Wilson 4,(127, TnftJ,522, Debs 211, Chalin J5. Changes are noted as follows: Democrat to Republican SIB, Republican to Democrat 410,- Democrat to Progressive 15MJ, Republican to Progressive 1,187, Sociul-is"- t to Democrat 1, Socialist to I Roose-velt2,5S- CITY. Ky.,;THURST)AY, OCTOHKK 17. mil'. ht-in- ir NO. 'J2 - Progressive 1. Bull Moose Candidates. An attempt was inane upon the life of former President Roosevelt at Milwaukee Monday niglit at 8 o'clock bv a man who uavo Ins name as Jofrn Schrenk, Col. Roosevelt of New York. had entered his automobile when the shot was fired. It was after the former President was on his way to the Auditorium, where he wus to make a speech, that it was discovered that he had really been shot. After concluding his speech he was taken to a photohospital where an graph showed that the bullet had embedded itself in the muscles of the right, breast. Col. Roosevelt left for Chicago at midnight declaring he would continue on his X-ra- y John D. White, of Manchester, will be on the ballot as the Bull Moose candidate for Appellate Judge in this district while John E. Jones, of Beattyville, will be tlio Bull Moose candidate for Congress te oppose J. Cumjibell Cautrill, the Democratic nomi nee. The Republican party will put forth no candidate for the latter oflice. Mr. Jones failed to get on the Bull Moose ticket for Congress as his petition had but about 108 signatures while the law required 400. itinerary. Dry Weather. The dryesf weather this year is now with us. In sonic places drinking and stock water is getting scarce and grass is drying. Japanese clover is about gone, but blucgrass is supplying its place where farms are so fort by planting trees nato as to have a set of it. There other States e attention should should be more blue grass in this wu groat. f is and be given to ti proper observance county than what there could be more of it if our farm ot Arbor daj 111 1VCIII 11111, 11.111 ere would try hard enough. All has been gii n heretofore. Trees e next Arbor day that is required is to sow it on planted on will add tc he beautv of the good land and not pasture it Prosperity Outlook. neighborhoi ind to the wealth very heavy until it. gets a set. We see more small grain being Very sandy is not suited to blue and welfari 6f the future and sown in the county this fall than; grass, but any other kind of'good- supply the creasing need in. Wh ' .and 1 States School- - 1jn d &rf ILOfgtoivi ME-'.jr,ijr..--r--- ' I .?lt ... t house yardsjf home yards and uie oiu i urge iiour mm was clos- given the proper opportunity. should be beautified ed down. This is encouraging Joseph Carrott, of Ft. public roads as good farming always is attend- PMrs. was with trees'. Garrett, Woodford countv, ed by growing small grain in ro- here lust week superintending "Our national forests are ditation with other crops. We the gathering and shipping of the minishing, and we must not only hope to see the day when the apples from her huge orchard at save what is lett ot the toresrs, county will raise wheat enough Old Furnace. hut we must reforest the cut over for home consumption as it did mid the unforest-c.Indue L. F. Mann, of Elka- and burnt-ovo- r years-ngtwenty-liv- e when we tuwa, BreatlnU county, moved in districts of the Stute." had two Hour nitllsas stimulus to tin; Methodist parsonage lues-raisit. Let us now raise the day. We extend to Judge Mnnn Sweet Clover vs. Tobacco. wheat ns as timulus for flour mills la most hearty welcome in our Charlie and Garnett Hall, two to operate in our midst. city. hustling young sons of Larkin Hall, who resides east id" town, made a splendid record this sea son in gathering sweet clover seed. They gathered !f:JS.7(l worth of seed in seven hours, and in ten days gathered and sold $2H0 They uvoraged $11.50 worth. each per day, which is pretty Just received from the city which combines good wages for two boys". This beats raising 7 cent tobacco to a frazzlo. There are thousands of the newest styles and lowest prices. ways of making money on the farm without raising so much tobacco, but it is hard to make the people believe it. There are many crops, of tobacco in I'endlcton county that will not bring $25)0 after they are stripped and ready $500 worth of Shoes have been marked down to for the market, und it takes ten days to strip these crops. Ful- firs! coil in order to get room for new goods I u- To Standardize Rural Schools. Arbor Day. What Good Roads Mean to a Community. (lov. McCrpnry by proclama-- j made by ihn Efforts are First, thev mean a decreased Department of I'M ti rat ion to tion has designated the dav on produce to standardize the ruin '" haimng ... schooti which the cQUiities of Kcntuck v , will plant trees on the Capitol market and in gettim: goods tlirouuh the agency of comity home from town. A fanner in purvisors. A of trading grounds, November RJ. Sullivan, Tennessee, in I'.IOS had lias been devised, based on tint The proclamation follows: "I, JamesS. McCreary, Cov- to haul barbeil wire from Kings- - course of Mudy. school manage tiinilni'n i i.ni.t .entor of the Commonwealth, do port to Iirutol, a distance of tnnllt mntluiil twenty-liv- e He found nient and environinent. miles. issue this proclamation designatteam the! State .Supervisor J.T. Ooatc: n ing Wednesday, November 151, 'that with a largest load he could draw was' endim: out a communication to 1012, as Arborjdny for the oMKentueky, and re oOO pounds, and that three days PC.mol men all over the county in quest its otjservanee by the were necessary to make the trip, (order to get a svmnnsium of planting of tres and snch other To haul one ton, therefore, took deas on the development of rural appropriate exercises as may be twelve days, which, reckoned at schools. 'I he Department of Education deemed proper. The attention of three dollars a day for man und all the minil8(and estieciallv the team, was an expense of thirty- - of Kentucky is trying to work . , i v t(ailnrs nf usll tin. iiiIIi'(ib Mint !1X miliars A bond issue was out standards for the rural schools is calll to the importance "nally mmle ond the strip ofna td schools. It is trying to discover of planting rees. A priceless over wll,uh 1,0 1,iul Imtiletl the the ideal toward which eil.irt heritage has ben wasted in Ken- - wire was improved so that the should be directed. tuekv, and wfc should fry to do same team can haul a ton to the our duty by niaking even' effort load und make the round trip in also means a better and more atfor a renewalsof our forests. Oth- - two dayr, at a cost of six dollars. tractive country and a consequent er States aresgiving much utten- - In Madison County, Tennessee, lessenim: of the cityward drift of Let us have before the roads were improved rural population. tion to Arbotuhiy. a bale of cotton was a load for a more good roads. They aro "In one Shite over 1,000,000 team. Now the same team can worth while. Southern Agricultrees were pMnted on one Arbor day, and the ffjenefit derived in haul ten bales to the load in less turist. I a? sy-tem i ) I j two-hors- e Crnn-mouweul- ! j time. Figure it out. I - i'Lv-TJ- I3 ! - d Second, good roads improve farm values. A farther in Lee County, Virginia, owned a tract of one hundred acres which he offered for $1,800. In 100S the road past his farm was improved, and thoimh he fought the improvement, he has since refused $3,000 for this place. On this sjyiie .roaiLA tract increased from fl,000 to $9,000 in value after the improvement of the highway. Third, road improvement means better access to school und better schools. It means the facilitation of the rural mail service, which is now hampered in many pluces y the condition of the roads. It There seems to ho a diversity of opinion as to what corn will bo worth this full. Some say $2 00 per barrel while others say if:! CO. A conservative estimate mig'.t therefore be fixed at 1:2 ."0 for good corn. So far we have heard of hut very little beimrsold. is The Grand Lodge of Masoni in session at Louisville this week. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services tincl and 4th Sabbaths of each month. Prayer Meetings, Wednodny even- ings. Chas. E. Mann, I'astor. o e WALDM 551 & JOHNSON New Spring Millinery Waltersville, Ky. We carry a full line of General Merchandise and I p ft art; selling the goods to our large trade and they tell us they are SHOES AT FIRST COST. coming in. In this sale will also be included a lot of few i 1 m Saving Money. You can do the same thing. I h si n7 t mouth Outlrtcil?. If you arr not HATS and CAPS. Here's your opportunity to money. save some Eldor M. V. Eowry, the pastor, vill conduct ft protracted meet s ing.' with his "flhurc.h on creok .next week. Hard-wick', already ono of our many pleased customers, coino round ome da)' and give oar place a look through and let us price you some of our . I j goods.Thcywillopunyonreyestoan opportunity. First come, first served. Dr. Martin reports he arrival of a new Democrat lit the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Eaton morning. I yes-terda- I i I If y SHIMFESSEL'S. Tlio dedication of the new church on Cune creek will take place on Sunday, October 27th. are waking special anil at tractive prices on Boys' Clothing. Mrs, J. W. Williams, We Send Us Your Orders over telephone, by messenger or otherwise and if you live in Cliy City or near our store we will "deliver thegoodi-'- ' Si m t H THE TIMES. ITIII.lSlllIP VKIiV TIILIISDAV. If Powell county hns a .'nine Subscription rules SI a .war or three ears in advance S'J. J. B. Ibirihcr, Publisher. until mutter. Oct. Knterod us Thursday, K, 1 !!.'. CLUB KATES. For the convenience of our subscribers, we have arranged club i sites with the following papers at prices below mentioned : The Time and Courier-Journ- al Cincinnati Enquirer 1)0 Louifville Herald 1 lie State Hoard it Health m. 75 Home and Farm 1.00 sending nut the bulletin on the It land Farmer !I0 American Farmer "Hookworm" presents some disSouthern Agriculturist 75 tressing illu&tr itions of human-litin Kentucky. There are inA DOZEN REASONS deed some sad pictures to look Why I Should Vote upon and they are humiliating to Against Rooi evi.lt proud blooded Kontiic-kiunwho BECAUSE : think there should be engraved 1. He lias broken his solemn prom-N- o for this booklet some pictures not to lie n candidate for a third that will not make one think that icrm, therefore his other promises are ull is bad that is Kentucky. not to be relied upon. ir 1.00 1.10 wiirdon wo have failed to hear of him. We hope to sec u strict enforcement of the ;:unie laws pass-itit tho session of t ho Legislature last winter mid thing the fiaine wurden of great benefit. However, so fur, wc have heard no complaints of the law Ioi n jr violated. This good so far as it goes, hiit the frosts have repelled Bre'er rabbit mid it is going to hie very tempting to some people to get out umong them and get his supply of meat. Let us I. uve the enforcement of the game law, if without the warden all wright, but if the warden is necessary let tis have him, as the game which is still plentiful in Powell must be preserved. d Nick is n candidate on tlieTnft.tieket, Colonel Roosevelt is his father in law, and being chummy with Gov. Johnson, h seems to huve it fixed up so that he will be pretty sure to stand well with all the lame ducks nft.er next election. Sou. in-la- How changed ure the times as shown by the fact that within recent yearB tho term "conserva-five- '' litis passed from u compliment into a reproach. Very soon we fear the Hon. William Howard Taft will be obliged to hire a press agent to publish the fact that he is running for something. Tuft predicts calamity if the A Democratc win in November. and the calamity to the trusts lars for any case of Deafness (caused by entnrrh) thnt cannot be curnot reach the disensrd prition i f ed Hall's Oataorh Cure. Send for circulars, free. the ear. There is only omi way to V .1 Cheney & Co,, Toledo, 0. And that is by concure Sold bv Driicglft. oi stitutional remedies. I)eufii':s Take Mall's Family Tills for ratified by un inflamed condition of Iv constipation. the mucous lining of the Eustiu-ian Tube. When this tube Is ii. tl lined you have u rumbling com d of imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely eloped, Deafness is the MV RICHMOND. KY. result, at d unless the infhmiation A Training ia i be taken out and this tube reSchool for Teachers stored to its normal condition, hear dunei tradlnz In Element. Intermediate and l.ir Bute Crr ingwill be destroyed forever; nine Valid In all tlflealee. 8pecla Uenoole of Kentucky. course ana Kenan cases out of ten ore enured by Coariea. TnltloaFreetoAb. twilnlrci. Twoarilendtd dor. which is nothing but an in nltoriM.ar model eehnol, new manoal traloln. Mldlnc. of afflea''": (lamed condition of the lnucotit-Mi- prutletKhool, Fclence. ''; "! "tf" "ShTrtTf-o- tA Term IT, ronn Term April T, Sammer faces. Free. Cat..... o CBABBBi VtttUmtW - will give One Hundred Dol Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications, an they ean-- j 1 msm mmm Cn-tarr- j 'mhV"PJf2 protected interests, no doubt. A millionaire baby used to at tract attention, but it takes a billionaire baby to attract mucl attention now. Blessed is the man woe would rather be right than president-- he has a better chance to win out. will joke about the high cost of living even when it is impossible to pay their bills. Men nTTBTUgTaTTW s 2. For seven yearn he was president Out of respect to Colonel Roosand during those seven years the very evelt, Gov. Wilson will not make condition.) he now pretends to combat iciously were more thoroughly devel- any speeches during his confineoped than during all the other periods ment, but the Colonel will soon in the country's history. be out uiiuin, he says, when the 3. The tiny he became President fur will fly nuain. there were ill) trusts or combinations, capitalized at f:t,000,000,0(X), and the Scientists agree that kissing is duy he retired from ollice there were not to be encouraged. But the 1,020 such combinations, capitalized at $3t.000.0C0,(00 I. He permitted the Steel Trust to Mcquirc the Tennessee Coal and Iron Company, its principal rival, in violast Being investigated has become second nature to some Standard Oil People. get acquainted with its its its daintiness wearing qualities the splendid way it retains its shape and original beauty after washing then you will wear it always. perfect fit BUY Athena Knit Underwear this custom appears to thrive without encouragement. Disquieting thought of Buy your Christmas early. ATHENA UNDERWEAR for Women and Children is the latest and best expression tion of the anti-trulaw, and forbade the prosecution of the Harvester Trust at the repn-r.- t of (ieorne W. Perkins, bis present national chairman. 5. The man, next to Uooscvelt, responsible for the third term movement is Geo. V. Perkins; Perkins is the promoter and defender of the most pernicious trusts in the United States, which are the most vicious imposers on I lie men, women and children wage earners of the country. 0. lie urges the legalization of trust watered steek and monopoly, as first advocated by Perkins, his principal mipportcr and limiucial backer. 7. He accepted campaign contributions from trusts, insurance companies and "crooked business," and denied that he had done so "My dear Hurri-limn- ." He stands for "IJoss" Flinn, Woodruff and other "lloss.es" who serve him. it. During the seven years he was President, he failed, even refused, to lift a linger against high tariff Who believes, if elected, he- would try to re- 11 duce excessive tariff taxes? Why is he ...irroiinded now by high tariff men, who are contributing freely tohis campaign fund? I. He loves war better than peace. Out of office he promises too much and in office performs too little. 11.' He says that the small farmer! and the laborer of the city are not to! mentioned in the same breath with cowboys, etc. Alter describing tho drunkenness and deadly shooting nf. frays of the eon boys he writes: "Hut they are much better fellows and pleasauter companions than the man iiirmers or t'giicultura aliorers r lire the mechanics of a great city to be mentioned in the same breath with Gives Good Service And has ample facilities to carer:forr' K' Have you a -your business needs. friend who does business with the "Clay City National"? 3 Ask him.' tV - PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. ;- Clay City National Bank, CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. "JW true underwear comfort. Its perfect shaping brings it snug to the figure without wrinkling under the corset. The extra elasticity of the fabric prevents its becoming thick, coarse and bulky in laundering. The yarns are chosen with special reference to wearing qualities. Altogether no other underwear will suit your personal requirements quite so well. In union suits and separate garments at the price you usually pay. ojt For the Children PUBLIC NOTICE. We plies. take this method of further extending Athena insures a perfect fit the first time you buy it. It is long wearing. an invitation to sup- the buying public to come to our Store and get their firs. J. W. Williams, : CLAY CITY, KENTUCKY. For several weeks wc have been supplying many a great , customers in this vicinity with what tliey need at saving of money. Now that we are Started, we want to still further. 1 extend our trade Our one great is appeal for your trade them." 1'. Low Prices on what you to eat and wear. our price on four Staple must have I jutisl." President Tuft who knows him best, says of him: "He is n ileum gogue, :i neurotic, a llatterer, an e- - USE m'- - MILLS FLOUR IT RISES AWAY ABOVE nil other brands of Hour with the housewife who loves yood homemade luciid when she uses the I'KAltl. Hour. Its uniform ipiiili-t- y and excellence inner difappnints her. It is the best nil around llour on the market and nivisyoiir breul that tempting and deliuious lluvor that nlwuv delights the 'over of (food bread when yoli live the I'KAUb Hour. We are save you going to give you just show you How articles to The meanest word Republican papers can say of Teddy is tlu best one. How diU'ereiit eight years ago. These papers ure now talking about him tike Demn. initio papers did eight years ago. Would you have thought? Why the change? Teddy is as good us over, and if he wore tho Repub. cat: nominee he would today be t hour. ie only politician of It depends altogether on whose ox is gored. 1 we can money: o u 5J. in per cwt. . I Beit Patent Flour Made, Granulated Sugar, --- Meat and Lard, 6 cts. per lb.' ' 13 " $5.75. Everylhingin Give us mm lnVi! m9 'J t7. it Lard in 50 pound cans, These are only fair samples of other prices. the house is sold at the same low price. a trial. tj-- H. G. CRABTREE & COMPANY. rt. ..... 9?? Made, by J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky, . A motion for continuance of the case of Thomas F. Dohin, Or the woman who experiences hot flashes nothing h so good to soothe, quiet pure glyceric calm day morning, but it did but lit- charged with the murder of Put- and made the nervous system as ahas been so' extract of native medical plants, by druggists for the past forty without alcohol, which and (Ittinagc. rick Mooney at. Lexington, was years, and most favorably known as Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription. In tle younger years some women suffer from dizziness, or fainting spells, hysteria, A overruled and the fourth trial of headache, bearing down feelings and pjin. All these symptoms of irregularity See our splendid line of yw9 the accused was entered. and female disturbance are relieved by the use of this famous " Prescription " for comfort and service nt correct of Doctor Pierce. As a powerful, invigorating tonio " Favorite Prescription " impartj strength THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1012 prims. Mr?. J. W. Williams. A Lie on th- - Track. to the whole system, and in particular to the organs distinctly feminine. debilitated ror (). A. Ciabtree, Powell coun- of the fastest express means serious teachers, milliners, dressmakers, seamstresses, " trouble ahead if not removed, so nursing mothers, and feeble women generally, ty's eilluient assessor, has been in LOCAL BREVITIES. it is an excellent appetizing cordial and restorative tonic. thin end of the county the past does loss of appetite. It means lack "My disease wns railed retroversion." writes Mrs. Lydia McDoof vitality loss of strength and nerve nald, of Meeosta, Mich., Itnuto 1. "I had nervous chills and numb spells Mrs. A. T. Whitt. is visiting week taking lists. and they would liavo mo very weak. Then I hnd inflammation and tho Weakness. If appetite fails, take doctor nnkl I hud n floal'rc kidney. I doctored seven months with our friends at Stanton. family nhyslclan. Ha sid I would hivo to have an operation. Then I Electric Biiters quickly to overcome Leg Boy. THE TIMES The first frost seen in Clay City this fall was observed Tues- For The Nervosis Woman. I - IIOME-MADE'PAl'- over-worke- worn-ou- t, "run-dow- shop-girls- ," house-keeper- s, Saves of old 'It seemed that my J net received our first shipment of Ladies and Mhses trimmed lints boy would have to lose his log on Mrs. .J. W. Williams account of vn ugly ulcer, caused by a bad bruise," wrote D. F. Howard, Miss Mnry White, of Winches Aquone, N. C. "All remedies and ter, spent. Saturday and Sunday doctors treatment failed till we with Mrs. T. G. White. tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and cured him with one bcx." Cures At the age of 73 the Hon. J. K Hindman, former Lieutenant burns, boils, skin eruptions, piles. Governor of Kentucky, died at 25c at all dealers. Adv his home iu Columbia. The four leading ar the cause by toning up the stomach and curing the indigestion. Michael Hesshcimer, of Lincoln, Neb., had been sick over three years, but six bottles of Electric Hitters put him right on his feet again. They huve helped thousands. They give pure blood, strong nerves, good digestion. Only 50 cents at all dealers Adv. Mas. McDonald. stopped taMnj: his medicine. After taklnpf three tattles of Dr. Picrco'a medicines I have not had any nervous chills or weak sbclls. I am better thnn for venrs. "My daughter Is now tnklns tho Prescription and Dr. Picrce'a Golden Medical Discovery, alD tho" Pellets ' for nervousness and weak, tired fccllntr. Thcsa remeVlien have helped her ever so much in a short time. Wo have creat faith in your medicines for ferr.alo troubles." Dr. Pitrca't Pleasant JWlets Macs nlld natural bowel movement. When in Need of 0. F. Tomlinson has returned from a business trip to WcstVir giuia, and henceforth for a time will be located at Lombard. ' We have over-coat- s added a nice line of Men'sand Boys' suits and Saved By tils Wife. Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies which are marked at popular pri She's a wise woman who knows Roses, Phlox, etc. Mrs. J. W. Willliams just what to do when her husband's oes. life is in danger, but Mrs. R. J. NO AGENTS A. 0. Estes, of Vaughn's Mill, Flint, Biaintree, Vt., is of that (iUOWERS OF WHAT WE SELL. returned Friduy from a several FREE CATALOd kind. "She insisted on my using days visit, to his father, Henry Dr. King's New Discovery," writes Estes, iu Bath county, who is Mr. F. "for a dreadful cough, H. F. Hillenmeyer& Sons, very sick. Lexington. Ky. when I was so weak my friends all thought I had only a short time to In the Nicholas Circuit Court at Carlisle, the International live, and it completely curtd me." Harvester Company was lined A quick cure for coughs and colds, $1,250 for violating the anti trust its the most safe and reliable medi cine for luanv throat and lung law of the State. troubles grip, bronchitis, croup, N. 0. Walters and family, of whooping cough, quinsy, tonsililig, Irvine, spent several days with hemorrhages. A trial will conrelatives in the city last week. vince you 50 cts. and 81 00. Guar down the throat of a He came over iu his handsome anteed by all dealers. Adv. destroys the wornu and saves the chick's life. A new automobile. few drops In tho drinking watci CU and see our lineal LaditB nuts, walnuts, cheBt and Misses suits and cloaks. -- aCURES and PREVENTS GAPES riuts,- - persimmons and wild Airs J. W. Williams. white diarrhoea, roup, cooler grapes are a full crop this year, aud otUcr chick diseases. averaging about 150 per cent for "capey'-cnlekcjflH-ickor- Democratic candidates for the Presidential nomination combined spent less money than either Taft or Boose- uelt, according to testimony before the Senate Committee. TREES! Fruit and Ornamental Builder's Hardware, Cabinet Mantles, Grates, Tiles, Cooking or Heating Go to or Write Stoves, Grubbs & Benton, Cor. Main and Broadway, Winchester, - Ky. 41 the general averuge. riillikan Business Schojl, LEXINUTON, KY. One 50c Bottle of BOOKKEEPINQ, SHORTHAND, last week by Brock TYPEWRITING. Matipin, is a brother to S. J Farris, the traveler This school has turned out bun for Winchester Holler Mills. dreds of men and women who are successes. It will make It is reported that speculators a success of you. have purchased about 200,000 pounds of tobacco of the 1912 crop in Robertson county at pric Write for Catalogue. es ranging from DJ to 12 cents pound. J. H. Farris who was killed in Bourbon Poultry Cure Hakes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle ol this medicine on hand Writs for free sample ud Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address, NUBBOR BEM10T CQltfAXT, LeiinstOD, Richmond Fall and Winter well-know- n tj. Bourbon Poultry Cure is tlu best, remedy I have ever tried und I have been in tho poultry business for forty years. Mrs. Oo. E. Kapior, Bards-tmvKy. n, Goods Hardwick Our Full und Winter Goods .m hi Governor McOreary has issued "Clean Up the Bowels and requisitions for the. return from Keep Them Clean" There are many remedies to "be Ohio of Andrew and Will Johnbut the diffson and "Doc" Smith, indicted had for constipation, one that acts iculty is to procure in Breathitt county in connection with the killing of Ed Callahan. without violence. I hnvu now tmpd Hniirlum T'milirv Curt' two years and - jut could not raise any chickens without it. I have not litid a eae of gapes since I beuti using it. Mrs. V. P. Bracey, Baskor-villVa. 1e, SOLD BY C. SHIMFESSEL, CLAY CITY, KY. ATKINSON & LYLE, STANTON. & Co.! i We cordially invito in- The young people have organized a singing practice and meets once a week at one or the other churches Tuesday nights. This is good for if there is a place in the world where trotyl singing is deficient, it is at Clay City. A remedy that does not pertorm b y force what should be accomplished by persuasion is Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets. After using them. Mr. N. A. WaddellT Washington 3i5 St., Waco, Tex., says: UVX tX R VJS VMFK jj CAPITAL. SURPLUS : M you to cull and see them. We will make it to your tercut to do your tlealinu with us, by giviiu; you for your money than you enn pet elsewhere. besides, think we huve every thing you want. HTOOK. SIOO.OOO AND UN- - more DIVIDED PKOFITS, 200,000 a a' And We can p s U THE Diphtheria is prevalent in twenty counties of the State, and the State Board of Health has issued n cautionary circular to guard its spreading. On account "Clean ud bowels and of its ravages schools in many them clean," the the advice ofkeen is all places hnvu been temporarily physicians, because they realize the Kii8pended. Fortunes in Faces. There's often much truth in the Mtyiug, uher face is her fortune," but its never said wlieto pimples, nkin eription, blotches, or other Impure blemishes disfigure it. U back of them allj and shews blood the need of Dr. King's New Life Pill's. They promote health and beauty. Try them 5i5 cents at all dealers. Adv. danger resulting from habitual constipation. Do not delay too long, but begin proper curative measures. Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets area new remedy for this old complaint. and a great improvement over the cathartics you nave been using in the past. They taste like candy and work like a charm. A trial will convince you. Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets are sold by all druggists, at 25 cents a box containing 25 doses. If not found satisfactory after trial, return the box to your druggist and he will return your money. MILKS MIOICAL CO.. Elkhart, Ind. 12 "Almost all my life I have been troubled with constipation, and have tried many remedies, all of which seemed to cause pain without giving much relief. I finally tried Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets and found them excellent. Their action Is pleasant and mild, and their chocolate taste makes them easy to take. I am more than glad to recommend them." Winchester Bank. 'i(HHTMn. ru TTv- - not mention here everything that wo handle, hut want to call your attention to the following lines, tliut we are anxicus for you to get acquainted with. Hart, Schnirner und Marx Clothing for Men, also Ilaert brand "Queen Quality" and ''Huston Favorite" Clothing Shoes f.ir Women, "Walk-Over" 2 W. N.HolXYW'irUKHHI'OON.l'UKH, Oahiwi'.ii, R. Si'iiah. V YOUR ACCOUNTS SOIJOITKn Shoes for Men, "Aetor" 3 brand Hats for Men and Hoys. Sen our uoods. and get our price when in need of Women's, Misses' and Children's ready-to-weu- r lSBBBSBBSSSBSBSBBSIuaaKb- - Hats, Coats, Raincoats and etc., Electr Bitters H la Men's Haiti coats, Hunting Coats, leather and nilibci l'oot Wear, Staple and Dress Cups, Trousers, und etc. In fact see us for any thing you need, ami let us show you that we' cuu cave you money. Succeed when everything' else fells. In nervous prostration und female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousaaifa have testified. FOR KIDNEYiLIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE the best mejUck ever told over a druggist's counter. Hardwick & Co., Stanton. I I SPOUT SPRING. Elder I'. N. Taylor, i.f Winston, w.i licii' Saturday. Oliarllo Coiileo, of Stanton, vis Mud his .Mrs. Sliolt McKin-iiu.Monday. y The Open Door SCIENTIFIC NEW DISCOVERIES. e dcctro-mnctiotl- their autos sink in liquid clay to beat the lost .Titanic. And when tho weather's dry those tracks SWEET CLOVER great fertilizer, nnd a hardy vigorous forne plant fnr hay and pasture. Will grow in any soil, even in rocky place'. Can be sown with spring oats, or sown alone in May for meadow, nnd sown in with corn at the last cultivation, Prices of seed, and circular how to grow it sent on request. A Farm Drain Tile Make Your Wet Land Productive. By Elder and Mrs. (Joo. W. attended preaching Liberty church Sunday. Mrs. W. C5. Patrick, of is spundini: a Me-Intns- li at Kim-lirol- l, few days with relatives at Winchester this week. V. Jackson and Asa Har- nett spent a few days with Charlie Rup.ird at Pilot View this yeek. Mrs. Asa Snowden whose illness was noted in this last week is much in corres-pondene- e proved. another Interesting proceeding. Is carrhd way, that is. have them from in by concentrating in Geo. W. Lyle is in Lexington out vlolot or chemical tho light, rich arc lines in tho entry, hall, stairway tho rays, from uu light with u specially prepared carbon, or this week. whatever place the situation upon any portion of tho body that may o tho sotit of neuralVernon Snowden, of Irvine, gia, sciatica, pain. SulTcrem from spra Ins, can best ail'ord, and let their enrheumatism, strains, was at this place Friday. alo from those olweuru exhausting pain trance to their i work room be (thn origin of which cannot at times bo determined) frequently JirU There is a great deal otick-- n accurately relief from a single treatment silent, (even the'' whispering Immediate usually witli a little, persistence la having ceased when they formed and ess in this neighborhood. tho u ; of this aid, comfortable health or in line) and in perfect' step In obtained. (i. W. Lyle made a business perfect recoveryIs Istho Incandescent light conclusion, I wish to say, let me Then, thero hath, consisting of a cabinet In w hich the ;ce to Wiiichesner Friday. trin a school entering or leaving patient Is bathed In the combined rays N. D. Wireniau is in Louisville i.f many electric lights. ItIn has pro- the room at opening or dismissal duced really wonderful results diabetes, oliesitv. this week attending the (Jraud sciatica, rheumatism, kidney amontln. time, audi will tell you the kind and some forms of and heart Lodne. trouble. It has also proven valuable in of order and the kind of work chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma and ' Miss Maud Messer was the the various skin dhcases. A a general done in that particular school. hygienic nuviiire Itsofliclonoycan tcarcc- - j Estill Tribune. uest of Mrs. W. II. Miller iy oo Iii mcdlcjuo there ha lieon rapid and Wednesday. real progress during recent years, and Dr. It is lots easier to show enthusil'lerco has kept up " 1th tho times In that Mrs. Joe Garrett' shipped sev ho has had tho maiiufucturn and Ingrtdt-ent- s asm when there is.no need for it remedies improved eral hundred barrels of apples of In a In hi modern lalwatory by f killed chem- than when there is work to dc ists, the greato-- t care lielng exercised to Lexington last week. apples to Apple vinegat 100 per cent, pme see that tho Ingredients entering into his woll-k- a nvn medicines Dr. Mrs. Kate Lyle and daughter, vorite 1'icscrlptlou as well asl'lerco's Fa- :.r cunts per gallon. Apply at this thc"(ioldeu extracted fa an olllee. Miss Mary, of Stanton, visited Medical Diseovory " aro luislU-ln;:roots, the best variety of native Geo. W. Lvle and familv last gathered with great care and at the proper season of tho year, so that their medici1 . ! Mrs. Lloyd Todd is visiting her Scieniif ic Americana gical Institute. Such rare cases as canA handsomely Illustrated weekly. Tersest elr Dawson, at not bo treated In this way. which require the matter! Exchange. sister, Mrs. .1. cnlatlou of any sclentldo Jnttrntil. 'J'crms. 3 a yenrf four montbs, L Sola by nil newsdealers. Winchester and other relatives surgicaloroperation or careful eluctrlcal therapeutics, recelvo MUNN 4Co.38jBwN6W York Order In School. tho services of tho most skillful specialists in the county. D. U Branch at tho Institution. Teachers, do you know that 11. V. l'lerco Mr. and Mrs. Moses McKinney tillDr. Invalids' Hotel long ngo established and Surgical Insti- the order of the session, to n StniT of l'hvslclans who visited the hitter's parents, Mr. tute with a full their specialties. Theso IT were expert in large extent, is all'eeted by the anil Mrs. Jake Tipton, at Irvine physicians may lie consulted, by letter, manner in which the pupils enfree and without charge whatever, if you Saturday and Sunday. wish a specialist's advice upon any chronic malady. Tho same sjstem of ter the room after tho ringing of HE ONLY CENUIN Mr. Buddie (J row and Miss ''speclalltes' Is obored as In the depart- the morning, noon or recess bell? ments of a professor (Jrace Stone, daughter of Mrs. who would medical college. Theall depart- Allow them to come in helter-skelteaume to lecture in oi:se mid proliclency Eliza Stone, were married at the ment v.ltli ciiial ridiculed !y Ills coltalking, laughing, jostwomd bo severely leagues, and it Is Just as nbsiivd to sup- ling from the playground Ochome of the liride's mother KEEPS FLESH IN TONE until pose Unit tho general practitioner can FROM SKIN TO BONE. 1th. keep himself informed of the miinv new they have reached tober the places Heals Everything Healable. Burns, methods of treatment that lire being conBoils, Sore3, Ulcere, Tiles, Eczema, A. J.. Curtis and family: Ev- stantly devised and adopted in the seven. they ure to occupy, and some Cute,Corno, Wounds and Bruises; departments of Medicine and Surgery. SATisriEs, on money back. erett Harnett and family: MallPeople who have been patients nt Dr. teacher, other than I, may enDulTalo. N. Pierce's Invalids' joy the work of that particular saw ) eoli CnrtN and family, all of (Jib-so- have much to say Ilotel. In regard to this wonIII., have returned to Old derfully equipped Sanitarium, where all session which will, in a measure, tho latest electrical apparatus, as well a Kentucky to reside. We extend electric water ha ths, Tiirkb h baths, static rellect the attitude of their enSlJfWRY OF L. electric machines, cur trance. I (as one of a a cordial welcome to these good rent, and other most modern itnd Elective May apparatus are used for the euro of experience) say, when the bell ( ople. chronic diseases. Tho treatment, of tho No. 2, No. 4, chronic diseases that aro jwculiar to strikes as a signal that intermis Stations. women havo for many years iwon a largo Daily. Daily. factor In tho cures eUVeted at tho Inva- sion is over, let the pupils be lids' Hotel and Surgical Institute. trained to enter in an orderly 1 M. treatment, which The violet-raFrost has begun to fall. A. SI. t, aro ridged and rough and rutty, and travlelers have broken hacks tcloRraph nn ltv tho n;uriUor can cxnctly loiutu a fnictiiro In or else tire driven nutty. And in a 4iiiiinnrlii( cabin nearly 3(KO miles long, i'. fov.' fossils sent to tin exiiert peoloplst thestreets of Sleepytown theciti !l:cbh III in to aceiiraU'ly (Irternilno tlie zens nnd sayj foregather, rook formation from which they &ro. takon. This liu can descrll o ns lwrfectly ''There's something keeps us, as If thn rocky formation was bvioro him down and handicaps us, rather! or. tliu tablu. So, also. In medical science. Disease Why is our burg thus standing lia certain iinniNtaUrMu flcna or symps toms. By of ll.i.-- fact tho still, no prizes ever landing? The niid connected with Dr. rival village, Rustlevillp, is grow l'lerco's Invallils' Hotel ami Snrplial at liattalo, ii ro cnulilcd to accu- ing tin.1 expanding!" The roads rately dftermliio thn nature of many chronic diseases without and lead to Ilustleville aro excel examlnliift their patients. In rec- that ognizing dKeaso without a pcrt.nal exam-- t lent, inviting; and over valley, tuition of tho putlnil, they do not claim to posses miraculous powers. They ob- bridge and hill the travelers go tain their knowledge of tho patient!, dis- skiting; no broken axletree or ease by practical and principles of modern fclenee. Certain brings fo: th ii burst of sweardiseases display certain peculiar trails. tire Subjected to scientilic iiiialsls they furing; no horses founder in the nish abundant data to Rtiido tho Judgment of tho skillful practitioner. Uh!s mire or swim for shiise despairmethod of treating patients at a distance, ing. And so to Kustlcville they by mall, has leon so successful that thero Is scarcely a city or a vintage In tho go, the crowds, with cheerful United State that Is not represented by nno or moro casei upon tho records of chatter; at Sleepytown, immerspraetloo at tho Invalids' Ilotel and Sured in woe, they wonder what's reai-ot jihysl-clan- the use of drain tile you enn swntn-p- y field into the most produetivo spot on your farm. Good tile, properly placfd, nnt only carries off surplus water, it nduiits air tu the soil and makes it easy to , work. BOKHARA SEED CO., Falmouth, Ky. It improves any soil. The inereaie Box 90. in the value of the land is many tune the cost of the tile. Tho first over ee YEARS' year's crop from tiled land pnys EXPERIENCE for it. Any bndv can do the work BBeaeaeaeaear successfully. Write for particulars or cell at otn plant. -- turn that low, wet, useless, Anyone landing a ekelch and description may whether quickly oacertalu our opinion free Commnntcn-tlmtrlctl- any liiTenllon la probably imteiitAbte. confidential. HAN0B00K on Patents aont free. Oldest agency for securing patents. 1'nlonu taken tbronah Munn A to. recelre pedal itetlcs, wlthoat charue. In ths trade marks Design Copyrights Ac. Red River Brick & Tile Company, VrANTON, - KENTUCKY. Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine for one medicine HEAL WITH r, Bucklen's Arnica Salve IcTTrTugHT Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It does not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOU) IN TOWN F3 1 " n, & E. few-year- TIE TflBLE. No. 1, No. V Daily. P. SI. s East-Boun- Ultl. West-Houn- Furnace Daily A. SI. y I 1:.'55 7:20 8:(i:J SMS I.exiugton, 2:17 2:33 2:4! 3:05 3:1;. 3:21 :2S .Viiichettr, . & E. Junction, Indiun Fields, . . CLAY CITY, Stanton, Rosslyn, Filson, Campton .Tr.nctlon, Natural Bridpe, Torrent. Beatiyville Jet, O. A K. 8:32 'SioO !i:00 0:12 il:27' 8:50 8:05 7:51 7:37 7:10 7:05 0:59 :43 G:40 ji:35 4:60 4:37 7:X 4:22 . 4":05 3:fiG !:"" 3:47 3:52 4:04 5 :,'. !:32 9:44 10:04 10::.7 J:2.- - :i'.i ll:ti;; 11:25 Junction, Jackson, (Juicksjiid, 0:25 0:03 5:10 5:05 3:51 3:45 3:30 3:25 3:12 2:51 1:57 1:50 1:25 week. nal properties may tie most reliable. Cu'oat care Is escrolsul not to over encourage those who loiisiilt the specialists of this institution that no false hopes may be raised. Dr. l'icreo's Common Sen-- e Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps, to pay exiwnse of mailing only. Send 31 stamp lor the clotlrliound. 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